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■ trui ii in p;ct the put Bait ill, you can ( . or»t of It is, th t it is too cn:i fnt; tli it. The ship of the line ; •a its own firm* tar the attach., and : wi . hich is least fa - ■ iary, to tlie report of the se er* I tCt.lt dates i tie of Copennagen. Kow if srely as an e\i<'ence of the inefficacy itteries, I • ink it. vil li to sake the 1 nd ;d in a par a!!, by c land ;l it <.f. iy the se en 1 Oae of 1...V erher . immander Th •■■ 1 I. , » ;.,'--. I irf of tne acted , battl ng to batte . And '. Why, that after ody and web I bat tl", tti" Britu h a tru.ee. T 1 <:s claims ■ the p* adcr, in h's . guns. Intelligent 1 this to !>a erroneous. real ' ' - • I.' j •-. - ngtr. ti v; tO dure ? . ye repan .. hide ourcorrirnii'a in be d of ineel with , con nibly ' ■to be decided. It belongs to the a.;ive. T l v is to a -Je- appropriations ; to show at I; >;■ W ;-i m>t b< lei With Charleston, Savannah, or Shall vvc leave the whole c a particular part is ,ir, let us « "helimitof-our power toi :in the nature of the cities, bat in our • . to appro) Not in i icy of lan I or liirbor batte , th? dan ger of trie core cities and Un -13 to make the pecaaliry sa otection requires. . les we are met with the r>ij ion,—" where are the meai the public debt to be discharg ', an expehce. Mr. ,noneof, lis arc mo. is ', or when Indian ti off "i j i.c cars en' ■ tO either I a bt l>e lro.n . y of oar iti< r. All mis we have, done - ad us sur'tty of the I i proceed from one quar ie expenditures cr. Let tliem aot I t .Via , ' i ' Ltmid iri h the si ad • city of forty ', d', 1 the in« re i pub ■ i (.) r if j l,.d'', was the - ' an j obstacle to the ap] n fir the Floridas I The seventeen millions of dollars thus expended for the aecuriiy , of the south, would : very com- : mercial city oi the U.S. into a Complete i .-. Ido net, Mr. Chair mar, i.■•. aa .■ the pnfchn ■.<• cf la.'r i .mi the rIOI jdas in on lightly, or without antecedent reftec- . tio;i. J would hold up to thiahouise.a mir ror, ia whrcia it m iy contemplate itself j iv features. It is.impossi-, Ida not to remark that the syfcp ; ■ majority of this c do But what- i ever its genaih : awak ; this ~ t ,!,.._. . thfre ar» now no \> ■ 'ye five In .hi- h 'rive been ri tlfi< I til s I-, the ap; 1 opriati ms hr | lie. faith .biic pur h our while to iii.lice the parts :.:■ ISv th iae treaties th \V. S. agree to j> 1/ first, Cash down, < 't,7,i ct, the, foil uvh i-; ann" Doll,. Ij6oo for 10 yesrs, lf3 T3.,000 for ' -, 100 ' 11,000 for 10 years, 1 I 259 la addition to which we are to pay Other iirinpitu:s, amo.untj (^dol lar* forever. These- last cm.' it : tk< t than SQ) ■oil a.-, but which. 1 rate only at J) "jd.>. 4 Hesitl our appropri ation for the '.. rt. rneut an rt of she a, r south v. tit r.i Dollars, A, :,a ) j Thus in ,"i iatc four I; ,1!,. •! aid rs, for tin - of old. f 1 ■a. 1 .■-. f] . Bui a■ ad ir, n 1 sen 1 ■r.a new 'v' t'rki, i' cx '• ■ I • pt. c cf nt. ft wi ' the t on v ir table, lhat the niu ' '.'ark, dia, Baltiro .re, Norfolk and Gha 'ion:;, for their , since the ■ tent ef tl ern^ ■'•■hty jour thousand dollars ! That is 1 your appi • , for tlie security Wid comfort of ' t, is more than half the who! mount expended during d?;va i« , which contain two or , and • . into ,'aur I reaeu ry th year,, upwards of nine mi liona of dot lai s! I ft jfS ii , that thw state .tood and pie of these at and that tno very distant period. It requires only some actual suffering, some real no your dl-ti affections, to r rliercial stat< r, whicn will shake union to its foundation. Of .- li ti those I and the rpoat to ba di precated by every r*i 1 rof his country, when the p paaeiona shall rail parallel to local hi- ' tt rests. Whenever any grei ill detan itself negU 1 and the opinion becomes general 1 . the people, that they are»< any, or not '.heir just weight, in ti commence, which will' in re in convulai nt* ol ; this kind arc not 1 ■ .on idea c t su!j- : real ity mint exist. I tint v ; ' 1 their real ti ■ rulers. V per- i jcperien.Ce, you a-iir, i wi it ..... be diss dyed, but this I will , —it cannot be happy, even uit 1 ,be lasti It is imp* esti. n.'i'.e of d< I' ii '. 1 tie ities, Without having, a idea-o'i the nat , and ' ension of i .or mi., y class of. itij. that quar v .1 tip. Has fallen from various gentlemen iv \ tne House, it Is very do 1. aither its 11 pow > ■vvniuii result cur relation to th ;-• from i is the j , "/that the U. h, was a great I 1 md animal; a great mammoth, which on<l.'c ta rleat? ti the land m.' not wa ■• out into th-> oeear. t . fight tlie rhavk,'' i ir, tl c figure is \e,y hippy J :■ as i. iatei r of the ! ah b that g< nth man is ! avecdnt ' f the southern \ h la a correct type, j But 1 <ak, air, suppme the manrmoth ; .■•ne. * ith the c< d, an 1 : that t'a- i m i, eiiteryrising, active, and; : if, s] reads himself ovi r tvCry o- I i - : 'a ings back thotribute cf all ' , climes to the feet of the mammoth ; , auppose l.c thcre!)y en-.bles tbeujiwiel- I tly ai imal to atretch lira huge limbs up ttop, or to i v.'. his 1 it ' idea along I his tol •... - p' i tatiooa, i >.. '. ,rij . ' the tithe of a heir. In such case, is it j 1 wise, i,it honor dde, is it Oolitic, for) mammoth, because by mere beef | j and bone be outweighs the cod, i ; political acale, to refuse a portion! ''revenue, whitdi the industry of the cod produce*, to defend himmhia j natural elemt nt; if not against the •p, at least c j the petty pi!.'-;-,, v hich prowl oil die ; o ; 100 if.notin tlie wholeeouraeef ! hinadventyrious progress, at least in, his native buys and harbors, where bis - ami wealth ase deposited, and ■ wheri hia . ''.', 'm i\ . / eech to be continued.] j ; ----- . District ofi Wa-ih'tngton, county, to wit. nffOHM SOTSP. in inai'rent j j Oehtcn rr...fi ed in tlw prhoa oi Wofliir.pt «n I county for debt Notice h hereby c'vr- i j creditor' id ihc faid John s'u'cr, that on the ' Jl4 h day ra Jj ; y east at the capital in i j the ii'irt men the io.jr of •/ ct'dotk a m. j ; th* ostb'preferib'ed fey the aiTt cf Coi en- j ! titled : * /♦nze'i/or the rsljefol itrfol i .: ors wtth : * the diHrkft of Colunkiu," will be j a-isi'.. ■ i I J 'Am .'iuttrsiul v trul- ' ■ : -. .'. unlafj) f. mcient cai.fe be t'.v-n j and there fhew» to ta.-. cooti Ordered that thia notice he pud....! '. . I the National Intelligencer, and W» firing ton j F .'. faiift three dn.es in e&th i aper j:rior ta < xt. By .. ' ' ■. V/rn, Cr-o «b, j * 'ii>. 1 ja.'cj . I the eireu r t court of iUe i : dd'.iCL oi i •■ ■■ • ivar, BRENT, :t, Jiii s if-jt CIIAIIUiSIi. VARDRN, rhaiit r l*aylor, j Jfeiv ~/r ■■:.■/ '?«•*.-!»?, near tin Capitol, j MMSPtCrfULhi hife.ioi dr ;-<fct -.;. .., ! of trreartkiiS of Columbia, that K< ;ed by late a rivstsat Pkiiadelphia from I.on I don, a frefls fapply of &a beftfnperfiia c'oths, ejtoha»«te», Ike wth a choice aiTorttrinc "i plain nankeana, cott*i csftmeres, i. .'\~. rsa* keens, b'vs and yellow, faihianikSe frafa jar white and fa ..7 with ;> variety «f hntet v r the in.: --/#. a Ladies ' ■ r>avy tni'or»il made in the £rii:ic 01 l.va;;. ftichard Harwell* new inveotei pateui tic ii»"pe;i.d.r», w de > ar. i r t'uperior t<> any ra i . afe can he hai jn the fame terms J j ai< at h'rt .»i3. id?.dlc.ry. J"'- »J—4f CHASE'S TRIAL. This day is Published By Sanvel If. Smith. TRI A L samui-:l ciiasc, Am Asaor.lAiE J:;sr:c:r. o* the •"■"', fir< ■ ■ United 'States, !..•"; '.'.'!lis 11 By the House <! Representatives, foi did Senate oj the Unit id States. Taken in short har.d, Ry Samvul P. Ski i'u iSf Thomas Llo. /.. In Two large Octavo Volumes'—in Boards, price" ■ *no (ahfcriberi fr.«r '. v 1..d~ aid to n.'ii iuL.ii.ii ls..i'. Sv3 dcd.'crs. A rd'liT ki-'lctn incurred in J thepjifcHcathm Of this trial t! an the Editor 1. the fitls ..nit Co t..e I.il.de at an ■ .'.n from th« '! T't'iJ ■ ''■ ■ he* "I th.* Managers arid i m't;ht long 6r>ee but it . I highly dtflrsOle that in a ■ : work I new appnrs before v.c ; ablic with tbc ex.. j y-A'-.-n she .'.et.ir if it it will bec.ir.fi I as meriting fter of »n impartial, j I comyretct , j A>: the lpe*eb«s ha»e t.rwi rev.led. and ia.'trt led ar. :.."!;• .1, iii conneCTtion with, whatever ed a part pi the tri. i Editors c.l o her prints will confer 1 ' i crting ti-ds advertflamaa: a kw times in • March -!4 — i Valuable Propeity Vor iale. r I 't!H f\f f, r ; t>« r offrrn for f«I« a t umber of ] va'u.dde h;;ig.;..s ronvenient t» the tity ol , Wafbington about » i * mijei from the Pre . f.df tit's ifoufi and cear the- .ame diAsnce frr.m i th* Ctpitol, a.d :oaimand 4 h.ndiome VieW ' 1 r»f tbe fcity, river Potomac, and Atex» l I'.t No. i. contaios 6o acres, No. a. c- n i tsins 41 aens, Ho. 3 contsins io» i Ne. 4 contains 19 acres ; Liixwife a lot 1 bt.ft t' ll jofiri t ?yioe, and Dr. Wortrnnp'tiin, !rom 80 ta 100 acres. Thore lots I will be fold together or r.part as scay lu.t pt:r- I cbafen. i T>rms may be known by applying to J>mcs White «rßcr. John Breckenridge near j the property. Jiui. 7,4 - wtf. ! I 1 WASHINGTON CITY, p'KIDAY, JUNE ■::. —-a ~., m* — ■ At a mectinr; held at Stcl'.e's Hotfel | on the 26th r.isi. agreeably to public ■ n iticc, the followim were ■ ■appointed a committee of arrangemen* ! for the celebration of the 4th July next. I Rnf j John /'. Van A,i ?, ktin U'hur ton, Th Jo/. on. Nit'S. The committee are <'(<;u-t --n\ to meet at Btellejs on SATUHjJAV evening next at 7 o'< I>• K. i Friday, June 27. I The tu.becrilors'to t'li THEATRE ■ are requested to m ii i tel on Friday ".u --pose i F electing DI R2C ' ' I i fcj i en. 1 .nine' ye.tr. , I To. that pan ommunity who ! still withjiold their c i I those who adminiittr our n ttoiiai ron* j j cerna, the Injunction cannot be ton itly or tioii ' 'judge o**\ j the tree by its fruit" ;f this is a true j ii, applicable in a.I seas us, andtu j n, then may the present aduiinis* I ! tration I oldly chi Uenge th ir em mies ! .to adduce a solitary period in tlie his- j jft ry or nations equal in duration to that j |in vhicii they have been in office, in ; ( which more good has been confer reel by j | the government. It we pass in review ; ~ measures of tl itra* j ti'jn, we snail find them all, however j vehemently eppoaod at the time, even- ! j tually products c < I the happiest effei ta. The abolition of the. newly created) jti» gi a drew forth the most vioh nt << - ■ dioiiß of federalism. 11 id }< ii i ftiven faith to its mis ' tons, jon ' h ye imagined, that on the adbp- ] if.that mertsure the whole political ' iare would have \ a ■'< m d.died, . an i law and m d rli d. Vet, . ted at lull i n : the laws are as bathfully observed and | «ad. reed, an i I ie i i jhw ... iodii iduuls i as secure. The retrain hmem bfa con- j biderabie is mdeed the only swi.' ;,' odu 'cd. Take the al oliti n of the internal ta::es j a» another test, Jtyou v. Ip find tioi 3• f t'ae [»0l a v ith c- i qua! • .. ked the j .ah-.it period. Nay, ye fn I - more ab.trodat.ii treasury, and a more prompt J Rumpli mcc -i i. • i an. rfti > ' j dreids, peih-ips thou ,c :, oi ... i , h iti J ;cl i . die u.t I". I ... ( upatj nt < f . I i . . lie in ... i i < . ...- '.Mi a I Sell ' - . 111 ...I a .-, I til, I '.• his! ty, tl i n'tie, i» soiiipwhai lower 'a it - .. lia'i ewe any « \ i»n ncfi j th it. ii .- ■> has in. . -;.a. d. The large and permanent aj.propria- I tion towards the eJf.tißgiibds.meht of the public debt, which the opponent* ■ ~■'.■• j■!•• phetsied Would pal i- i lize the i igor ni thi govei nment, so far j fi on b. ing attc n led with this i .15 re d a. i solid i nwl'g)*. j • v reds . men ; 1 and 1 which in til ■> ci r 1800 I the proportion of fifteen) dollars tO\j . S. now only bens the i i rtpoi tiort • ien dollars to j i idual ; ; '; bit j tance i i a go\ arn ii>.a it rapitllv tiinrirtisbing its deota by thtir fair and honorable ... 'I he pm rmi i -,n i, that Parr dor .'s box, which wa j ' iI - tern world with plagues, hts not only for the time averted the horrors and cab | i f war, I. ut li. s increased our indepen e a* a nation b, to us a fer tile country of which I iple, and by furnishing u» with an immense region < f v loecupied ti rritory has great ly extended th.- periorj during which' | our t iii/e ns will be enabled by thei tion cf tie. >;• indu itry to < btatin a com- \ i•> ble -o.i teuce, ;..id respectable station in society. Other measures, of a subnr liuate chi- .J I racter, have been adopted by thi vera men t, of which there is not one i within fin en at tended with extensively bad eilU What are the present causes of com [plaint? If we except the occasional removal ii a federalist from < ."> ~-, the m< user, s, the ■ Wisdom of winch are yet In a si 1 respecting which mien may pro ph<... is tbey plea "l hhimmedi. tedeteel on of their error; ''■ as they relate to our intercourse I with foreign nation's, \ nd are . I rily n ii no inconsiderable :cere- | I cj, it. is not surprising that the cre'du- \ j lous as well as tnose who from party J J prejudice ure ei-p laticfhlly to •aht unhesitatingly take rtiort for facf, and < ■ from unsound premise* for argument, The ' only answer which cart be made to such st dements, and the glpomy predictions with which they are pregnant, is a re ference to past events. HeietolOri ■ same alarm i'l a i imp;, b, the filar rillisill. Have they, in a single! instance, been i , even morablc s> ol" Bayard on the jurb Consult I i eh of . CJovtrn.eur Mot.'iaon the sarmeoccaaion. r tn the in the , Senate on New Or] •is—lheie ! tlcnttnall appeared before the nation in libr rt ', «nd n ' jci it* '.a a, a -1 irpj ta trleir r i ■'■..ii v" ii an ahno it i i le at, their p ■ I Cloud, Which was to in,.; the hp lanter anddesol c. But strange to tell, th£ clouda i have disappeared, and the apfendid . orb of day has continued to shed his vivi nce. The industry of the husbandman has, prospered—the earth "lied to crown his r ;erti lQf with their voided Success —The mer • On this bad- hagrisen to affluence* beyond his expectations; so much so that -ad !'-s spriatMip a:-, if by iran r.a --;c ill I ...dy in— who : iirsue them, a . at i ran i ~ pendont ■ them to rest from i th .t go ». .-:. an nt be bad, under ■■ piCi s i o,lured ? Cm th radi ally or exten , 'i hii h affords aubstan* I tral security to tye y e >.■• tion of human tnd enj a l ! for its ireboding into the ■ future, consult the 1. . perience, and they will learn tobe v. Iso and just. I —«■£ O ■•■»» — Nahuht Parkkk l 1 as been chosen a Senator in the Congress ot tin I United Statea, vice Wm. /7am i rr, who«e term of service t Kpirea the d March n"xt. *» O a**— ;Er tract of a I 'tier from Lee !s, Engi ! "This forenoon tluve is a terrible, ! alarm, hiatal * .oar,, tvernment hares Ith n«i imp. r aial w1 do noO . ; In the lea I tcuht, if thi J ... as is con firmed, it will , .... c an immediate* embargo on Ami ■■> •" SI ipping" NAVAt, **O*CK OF BUROPJ*. From S ~,".. L / awry,' ; The fi 11 .it of ths. , naval . itibsfquentto'tUaa b .lite i f rr • ■> .v. in 180J : riing fifties, j Fngatet. ■ Ore»t Britain - '. h 2iy l H iwla - - 100 ! pill! .<' 44 Sweden - - 26 13 I < lon mark - - 5 3 23 Turkey - » "'> 4 Franco - l'J 43 B itavi n llepu' lie - id. 3J . P irtugal - -10 5 i Naples ahd Si< i y - Q 9 j ]*>rurii 1. 4 Ragnsa o 12 id. .. aiaklcalState - 0 5 4."J 42 S jh'ir t Bi i'i-.h - 2iJ j 'l>tv p'roV-roT >r< t ■•„ ,"9 277 ■ til t k a by a b lira! f, At pre .| •' ■■■ -■ i 111 ■ a :' I;- r'N SAIL o» i.i.: i i . . *s>. ■ i i r'ii'etffrom the itis >"■>■ of the Senates : 0) .\cw Hampshire to > >■ Govevtior, "\\ c .. ... »i ». lellency lon the renew. a respect! ■ ss« Iby yi i c fellow citizens, in j your re-eb. t»o*n to thi Chi f magistra cy 6f this -state. Th lity, whiclfc i this dpc ii a , I ;.d .y itrtion . f \ our f I low citizens of to - v ■ measures ue.a..* pir J a', » hi .it dehntl•» diiv n.ii nt ii . -./, ~ ot, c ... nfral r, > • l,r welfare ot* ! mblh an g iv i Qment. *- >'. hile the n itn is of Europe five* en', ii•■'. iy ..0 , . .ai a;, both by tea it i-. hurdly to be expected out" as :■!,.. id escape injury and lii-.nic " —let .such hive hem the iggresid <v «£ somci nations, as must have involved usv , |i i war, had'm t the pru lenca and v, is ,.' >m uf.our riders, und< r t! c i.v picea \of a kind Providence, averted the evil J and we sincerely lament, that any I should still retain tho ci, rejudices, nn- Ir.i >: the repeated, but false insi nuations completely lost to all I principles of honor—trusting however, I that tb<- prudertco, iiislice sad talents oil , tiie present administration ot our na- I titan.l government will finally bverebmes , the prejudice of .-vc-iy honest citiser* ! throughout the union." nhlp/na June 12." !:". i tract of a, It t tertovm ryland June IT, to a Gentlenans in i " RESPKC rl D F:t IKNII, « You I- a .1 , (ai. i .nation relati\ r e> to the ravages made by a worm than ' has ' ' an al.rm among the | people : We are happy to inform yon | that all fear is subsided, the wonii is. j nearly diS ; ard it is the 1 opinion of some that thci? attack en the I wheat will pro-. advantageous jt,han otherwise is it will facilitate i ~,,. perfection of the gram, conserrnent ' ly, it will not be so liable to the rust. Ie- r. Where the»6 worms have pre j vailed ( for their appearance has been j father' and confined to land lied With aire ) the blade i has li . m the stock, a bare. t'<rasa suffers very ; tnaterially—Tlmothypatticularly i this. • irrass is entirely destroyed ;i oi an d. We i a of hut one head that has suf j ami,that belongs to a Mr. P. in. heads of his. ii-fidly eaten. , •ly good crop* rnelj fUt-terrajg.